Posts Tagged ‘white’

First Look Photo: A little Lace

April 18, 2018

This week’s challenge is all about abstract; so once again I got out my closeup filter and commenced to find abstracts of interest.

Lace

Photo Friday: Who’s the More Curious?

March 30, 2018

This goose was more curious about me, than I was about it.

Goose Stare

First Look Photo: They’re back

February 21, 2018

Every year, red breasted mergansers swim their way through this part of Maine, while on the winter part of migration.

Red Breasted Merganser 1

Photo Friday: Pale Blue

February 16, 2018

The northern blue jay is almost identical to its southern relatives, only in a much paler blue.

Northern Blue Jay

First Look Photo: Out of its Range

December 27, 2017

Today’s shot is of a bird called a bufflehead.  It’s a duck like bird that is not usually seen in this part of Maine.

Black and White

Photo Friday: The Power of Simplicity

December 22, 2017

For some reason after taking this picture, I felt really excited about it.

Footprints in the Snow

First Look Photo: Rarely Seen Animal

November 22, 2017

In Maine, it is said that people can live here their entire lives and never see a rabbit.  The reason for this is simple. Eastern cottontail rabbits, like foxes, are primarily nocturnal. On occasion one might be seen during the day, but that is an extremely rare occurrence.  I found this rabbit on my way into work the other night.

Eastern cottontail

First look Photo: New Lens, Last Chance

October 11, 2017

I was hoping to get a 300 mm lens before the egrets left for the season, and it looks like I got that chance.
This is a morning shot of a great egret hunting for food.

The Great Egret

Photo Friday: Queen Anne’s Fence

September 2, 2017

I took this picture of queen anne’s lace in front of an old fence.

Queen Annes Fence

Photo Friday: Taking Flight

August 25, 2017

There’s no doubt great egrets are beautiful, but with a wingspan of 1.7 meters they look even more amazing.

Taking off